Jerry Jones Jr. to ASHOF
Cowboys executive VP Jerry Jones Jr. became the newest family member inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.
Dallas Cowboys Community Quarterback Challenge
The Dallas Cowboys are proud to team up with North Texas High Schools in the Community QB Challenge, allowing student-athletes to give back and make a difference in the community.
Vander Esch Donates Weight Room To His Former HS
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Leighton Vander Esch donates to his former high school to renovate their weight room.
DCC Shows Appreciation to Local Veterans
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders visited multiple veteran hospitals to show their appreciation for the veterans and their service.
Tyrone Crawford Surprises Student With Scholarship
Trinity Williams, a junior at Frisco Heritage High School, received the $10,000 Bill McDermott Scholarship because of her involvement with Fuel Up to Play 60. DE Tyrone Crawford surprised Williams with the check at her high school after soccer practice surrounded by her friends, family and teammates.
Kavon Frazier’s Dedication to Mentorship
Kavon Frazier joins community leaders and students, continuing to do wonderful things within the educational community through his Frazier Cares Foundation. He delivers a sincere, earnest message about the importance of education and the power of perseverance.
Schools Join Cowboys in LEGO Competition
Frisco ISD schools are participating in the “Show Us How You Play 60” LEGO building competition. The students will create a sculpture representing their favorite ways to be active, and will be on display at the Lincoln Experience Center at The Star as part of the BRICKLIVE event, an interactive experience with building workshops, activities and live stage challenges.
My Cause, My Cleats: Dak Prescott, Faith, Fight, Finish Foundation
Dak Prescott’s #MyCauseMyCleats were made by artist Kendrell Daniels, who was born with no arms. He is one of the many inspirations behind Dak’s Faith, Fight, Finish Foundation. To learn more, be involved and donate, visit → faithfightfinish.org
My Cause, My Cleats: Jaylon Smith, Autism Awareness and Clear Eye View
This Sunday Jaylon Smith will be wearing these colorful #MyCauseMyCleats to raise awareness for autism. Those affected by Autism hold a special place in his heart and he is passionate about doing his part to help. #ClearEyeView
My Cause, My Cleats: La'el Collins, Boys & Girls Clubs
The Boys & Girls Clubs has a special place in La’el Collins’ heart and that’s what this Sunday he will honor this foundation for #MyCauseMyCleats. To learn more, be involved and donate, visit bgca.org
My Cause, My Cleats: Crawford, Connections Early Years Family Centre
This one’s for “Mama T!” The inspiration behind @TyroneCrawford’s #MyCauseMyCleats is his mom, one of “Windsor’s finest” and a powerful figure in his life. He hopes to spread awareness for Connections Early Years Family Centre and open up eyes to single parent homes, knowing it is not an easy job. To learn more, be involved and donate, visit → connectwithus.ca
My Cause, My Cleats: Sean Lee, Boys & Girls Club and PMR Charity
“It’s something that I believe in, it’s something that has inspired me.” Sean Lee’s cleats support the Boys & Girls Club & PMR Charity, two programs that restore hope and give opportunity to people who need help. To help volunteer/learn more/donate, visit → bgca.org & pmrcharity.org
My Cause, My Cleats: Kavon, Frazier Cares Foundation
“I feel like I can step in and be that mentor, that older brother, or even father-figure to some kids who don’t have that.” Kavon Frazier makes it a priority to give back and this year his #MyCauseMyCleats are dedicated to his Frazier Cares Foundation which serves as a helping hand to both parents and children. To learn more and donate today, visit → fraziercares.com
Spreading Holiday Cheer
The Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders dispersed across the metroplex to local hospitals to bring smiles to the faces of children and their families.
My Cause, My Cleats: Byron Jones, The CJD Foundation
This year Byron Jones dedicated his #MyCauseMyCleats to his friend Diana who suffered from CJD. He hopes to bring awareness to this rare disease in hopes that one day a cure can be found.
My Cause, My Cleats: Connor Williams, Stop Bullying
Dallas Cowboys rookie Connor Williams is standing up against bullying by sharing his personal story to let kids know that he knows what they are going through and that it is important to stay true to who you are. #MyCauseMyCleats #StopBullying #KindnessWorks Spread awareness by going to → stopbullying.gov
My Cause, My Cleats: Redmond, Alzheimer’s Association
Dallas Cowboys center Adam Redmond is passionate about being able to bring awareness to help @alzassocation to #ENDALZ. This is an organization near to his heart and he is proud to be able to represent it in his 2018 #MyCauseMyCleats. Learn more and donate today at, alz.org
My Cause, My Cleats: Frederick, Blocking Out Hunger
"We have to do everything we can to help these kids out so that they can reach their full potential." Travis Frederick's #MyCauseMyCleats will honor his Blocking Out Hunger Foundation which provides support for inner-city and low-income children throughout Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex that struggle with hunger. To learn more visit → travisfrederick.org
My Cause, My Cleats: Chris Jones, St. Jude’s
This year #DallasCowboys punter Chris Jones' purpose for #MyCauseMyCleats is to spread awareness for pediatric cancer in hopes that it can funded and cures can be found in the near future. #PrayForGeorgiaMae To learn more and to donate now, visit → stjude.org
My Cause, My Cleats: Ezekiel Elliott, SPCA of Texas
Ezekiel Elliott, along with his dog Ace, are passionate about bringing awareness to what SPCA of Texas does and how they help bring families and animals together. To learn more about the SPCA of Texas, visit www.spca.org.
My Cause My Cleats: Allen Hurns
When Allen Hurns joined the Dallas Cowboys he changed his number to 17 to honor the victims from the Stoneman Douglas shooting. Hurns hopes to bring light to the situation by bringing more awareness and finding better solutions for school safety. To learn more about school safety visit: MakeOurSchoolsSafe.org and SafeSchoolsForAlex.org